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  • ross1948 21:37 on March 2, 2020 Permalink | Reply
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    Ulster’s Internal Enemies Line Up – Against Christian Conscience! 


    TUV’s Jim Allister MLA rarely talks anything but sense.

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    Read this – 

    The Finance Committee commission research in respect of issues arising from requirements on registrars to conduct same sex marriages with regard to their conscience and employment rights, human rights and religious beliefs. What protections exist and how the issue is addressed in other jurisdictions both in the British Isles and further afield.

    The issue was forced to a vote and the proposal was defeated by five votes to three with the Sinn Fein and the SDLP opposing the commissioning of research and the UUP chair, Steve Aiken, and DUP vice-chair, Paul Frew, supporting my proposal.

    This wasn’t an attempt to get protection for Christians. It was to ask someone to go off and write a paper about what protections existed in other places. The proposal wasn’t committing anyone to anything.

    It didn’t mean that by supporting it any one was expressing a view one way or the other. Yet the attempt to commission a committee research paper was defeated.

     
  • ross1948 07:30 on November 15, 2017 Permalink | Reply
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    Oz Opts To Wallow In The Mire! Turnbull Turns On Tolerance, Of Course! 


     
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    Australia has voted to legalise homo-weddings,  and it’s a black day for every Australian who cares about common decency.

    Meanwhile, as some of the worst elements in Oz are mincing with glee, Malcolm Turnsteer has already nailed his true colours to the maladjust mast.

     

    When some brave law-makers made clear they’d fight for protection for dissenters’ rights in any forthcoming legislation, Turnbull slapped them down…

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    Tony Abbott, in contrast, has declared that whatever changes may be made in marriage law, they must “entrench the right to dissent from any new orthodoxy.”

    And that ‘new orthodoxy’ is showing scant interest in tolerance for its critics.

     So much for religious liberty!

    Turnbull’s preferred legislation, which he wants rammed through ASAP, would offer no such respect for conscience, and if he gets his way, Australia could well see scenes of disgusting persecution…

    Gaystapo Versus America! ACT Against Evil! 

    Crucified by ACLU Gaystapo, Christian Gran Faces Easter Hell! 

    …like that suffered by Christians in the USA.

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    A Coalition for Marriage spokeswoman said the no campaign found Turnbull’s comments “surprising” because he had recently said “he believed more strongly in religious freedom than in same-sex marriage…”

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    “During the Senate select committee hearings earlier this year and … throughout the campaign, many Australians have raised concerns about the consequences of redefining marriage and these have been ignored in the Smith bill,” she said.

     

     
    • Keith Milner 07:23 on November 16, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      Turnsteer is a funny name that’s true, but now we should name him U-Turnbull, after his betrayal of anyone dumb enough to believe that he for a minute meant what he said about the importance of religious liberty.

      You are bang on target, Ross, and thanks by the way for your encouraging posts during the campaign,

      These ‘gay’ buggars who are never gay in the real sense of the word they stole, never happy, always aggressive and vicious and intolerant.
      Those examples of Christians in America being persecuted for standing by their beliefs are going to be replicated now in Australia and U-Turnbull has made it clear he will ‘slap down’ anybody who tries to protect dissenters.”
      He is one total sh–t and we have GOT to get a proper conservative party, Bernardi maybe or better still Abbott.rr

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    • Maren Haynes 08:20 on November 16, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      We lost to those queers because of the media bias and the corruption of young minds in the education system but also because the ‘right-wing’ Coalition has for years been infiltrated by the left.

      Though it goes back to Malcolm Fraser and his multicultural rubbish, Malcolm Turnbull, the ones who staged his coup against Tony Abbott are worse, they are the ones we need to get rid off.

      Pauline is good on a lot of issues but I would say the new Conservative Party is the better bet.

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